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BHA is now collaborating with the Bethlehem Public Library to sponsoring our Speaker Series Program. All programs will take place on Wednesday in the library's large Community Room.

November 30

The Many Faces of American Folk Art

by Marilyn Sassi

For more information on this program and to register click here 

Programs begins at 7PM

Registration is recommended but not required as there is a capacity limit. 

To ensure your spot, call the library at 518-439-9314 or 

register on the library's website.

Winter Lights

The Annual Holiday Open House of Bethlehem Historical Association

Sunday December 11, 12 to 4 PM

Monday December 12, 5:30 to 7:30 PM

Tuesday December 13, 2 to 4 PM

For more information click here.

Museum is closed for the season, 

except by appointment. 

It will re-open in February with new exhibits.

The Town of Bethlehem

Historical Association

P.O. Box 263

1003 River Road

Selkirk, NY 12158


[email protected]

Local Lights

Local Lights is a series of monthly reflections by Bethlehem Historical Association members and friends.

This month’s reflection is 

Slingerland Printing Company

By Susan Leath, BHA Member and Town Historian

Click here for the story!

Volunteers Needed!

We need volunteers to support our programs. There are opportunities to fit a variety of schedules and interests and are a critical part of what we do. 

We are ALL volunteers. We even have an opening for a volunteer to schedule volunteers!

If interested in learning more, please e-mail us.

[email protected]

We will get back to you right away to answer your questions and talk about the possibilities.


There is a new cookbook on sale at I Love Books.

They are $10 each.

Copies can also be purchased by contacting

Wendy Brandow (518) 767-0716 or Linda Schacht (518) 767-2924

We appreciate the support of all those who contributed recipes and helped to get this book together.

Books by Town Historian

Susan Leath

Available at local bookstores